Learning and Teaching Theology Teaching Tactics

Following a regular feature in the journal Teaching Theology & Religion, Sydney College of Divinity faculty have submitted their own examples to describe a successful classroom teaching tactic that could be replicated by other instructors.  If you are interested in joining the conversation to share your insights into theological education, you can submit your teaching tactic online.

Historical Dialogue

17 August, 2020

The teaching tactic from Dr Scott Stargel for unit P9667, allows for an assessment of reading that does not focus on essay writing skills.

Group analysis of texts

22 August, 2018

The teaching tactic by Professor Matthew del Nevo is widely usable, in a class divided into small groups who have done a reading in common, though the subject area is philosophy within Humanities in the Christian Tradition.

Formative quizzes on Moodle

23 July, 2018

The teaching tactic from Dr Merv Duffy is about using Moodle quizzes to encourage students to do the reading and think about what they are reading.

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